Are you a Nascar fan feeling ballsy after watching the Daytona 500? Do you want to go out onto the highway and burn some rubber? Maybe find out if you have the skills necessary to beat the police in a high-speed chase? If so, you’re going to need the appropriate car to go all Need for Speed: Greg Biffle’s 2003 Roush Stage 3 Mustang convertible in hot yellow.
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Greg Biffle has a new defense strategy for the 2015 NASCAR season and it comes in the form of his paint schemes developed by Ortho, a market leader in pest control since 1907. Ortho, the anchor vehicle sponsor for Greg Biffle of Roush Fenway Racing, today released the three paint schemes that will run in 16 races for Biffle throughout 2015. Each paint scheme highlights a different...
Greg Biffle will return to Roush Fenway Racing in 2015 without longtime sponsor 3M.
3M had been appearing on the No. 16 Ford driven by Biffle since 2005 but will shift their NASCAR sponsorship to Jeff Gordon’s No. 24 next season.
Biffle released a statement on Facebook on Thursday thanking the company.
“I have to say that 3M has been a great partner and I’ve created so many...
Greg Biffle’s No. 16 car will honor NESN on the network’s 30th anniversary.
The Roush Fenway driver will race the NESN30 Ford Fusion in Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The NESN30 car also will go on tour so fans can check it out before and after the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event.
Here are the dates and places for the NESN30 Car Tour:
Greg Biffle may still leave Roush Fenway this season.
Tony Stewart is back in a Sprint Car. The same type of car that ended his season last year.
Gene Haas is leaning towards Ferrari for a technical partner.
Kentucky Speedway may get a repave soon.
Theme Park Connection is going to sponsor Reed Sorenson at Pocono.
Brett Moffitt is going to make his Sprint Cup debut at Dover in the #66 car.
Greg Biffle is in the final year of his contract with Roush Fenway Racing. Biffle has only driven for RFR during his NASCAR Sprint Cup career which first began in 2002. News about Biffle has been quiet, almost too quiet.
It had been assumed that Biffle would simply re-sign with RFR after-all that is what happened last time after 3M re-signed with the driver. That may...
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Greg Biffle turned in his first top-five finish of the season to lead Roush Fenway Racing with a fifth-place finish in Saturday night’s 500-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway. Biffle used a combination of pit strategy and speed, leading five laps with his No. 16 3M/Red Cross Ford Fusion en route to the strong finish.
“We worked really...
Duck Commander has signed a multi-year deal that will make them the title sponsor of the April NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Texas Motor Speedway for the next three years.
Duck Commander is the company behind the popular Robertson family that stars in A&E’s hit television show, ‘Duck Dynasty.’
The April 6 race will be known as the Duck Commander 500.
“Fans will see members...
Greg Biffle will continue to drive the No. 16 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing in 2014. Over the weekend RFR released the 2014 paint scheme for the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion on Facebook.
Biffle won the first race at Michigan in 2013 and finished 9th in the overall point standings with 13 finishes inside the top ten.